This Year’s Theme: Let’s Go!
True competitors encourage each other to greatness. When a competitor is down, they try hard to find the energy to push further to achieve their best. Let’s Go! Let’s Go! Let’s Go!
Nothing beats a rally cry. It’s the one thing at a competition that everyone can rally around to overcome challenges and accomplish goals. For one moment, everyone joins together for a common purpose: the coach, the athlete, the team and the fans.
It motivates the heart. It produces action. It changes the outcome.
As Christian Competitors, our Coach has commissioned a rally cry:
Let’s Go! Let’s Go! Let’s Go!
Jesus commands us to move forward with great boldness and go into all the world, make disciples and teach the Good News. For one moment, we can dig deep and push beyond our perceived limits to accomplish more than we can imagine.
Together, we can see the world transformed by Jesus Christ.
We have the Ultimate Coach leading the charge.
The time is now.
Inspiration and Perspiration
FCA Camps are a time of “inspiration and perspiration” for athletes and coaches to reach their potential by offering comprehensive athletic, spiritual, and leadership training. FCA organizes hundreds of camps for tens of thousands of teens each summer. Camps are mountain top experiences that allow our young people to unplug for a few days, quiet themselves, and hear God.
There are camp offerings for specific sports, teams, coaches, and leadership and South Coastal FCA helped provide scholarships and send 120 students and coaches to camps last summer. Our goal for this summer is 250. Those students and coaches attending summer camps help to energize our campus ministry as the school year starts.
“Jesus came and told his disciples, “I have been given all authority in heaven and on earth. Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you. And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”